Category: Diet

Castor Oil Pack Protocol

Edgar Cayce on Castor Oil ELAINE HRUSKA Edgar Cayce Health Care The Edgar Cayce Health Care readings inform us that Castor Oil Packs may to be used to improve assimilation, elimination and circulation; especially of the lymphatic system. Cayce also mentioned physiological effects on the body such as: Stimulation to the Liver, dissolve and remove Lesions & Adhesions, relieve Pain, reduce incoordination… Read more →

How To Get Enough Protein Without Eating Meat

What is that “Something’s Missing” Feeling Really Telling You? by Michael King The subject of “getting enough protein” is probably the most over-rated piece of misinformation put out by the American Medical Association and the meat & dairy industries. Many health foodists, vegetarians & omnivores alike, have mistakenly attributed that “low energy feeling” to a low protein sign. The typical… Read more →

Fennel Congee & Tea: Food Medicine for Healing Hernias

Fennel Congee Tea posted by CHEF GINA NOVEMBER 10,2014 in TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE Congee is a slow-cooked rice porridge used in Chinese culture and medicine as a healing food… and it is also known as “breakfast”. 🙂 Slow cooked rice is easily digested and serves as a vehicle for any other nutrients cooked with it. Rice is used in this way to increase bioavailablity for the… Read more →

Warming and cooling characteristics of common foods

Ping Ming Health Each food has its own characteristics. In very ancient times Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners used specific foods to balance the body’s yin and yang and to treat disease. The ancient Chinese medicine practitioners discovered that most foods have either cooling or warming characteristics. When you eat cooling foods, they are adding cooling effects to your body and… Read more →

List of Warming and Cooling Foods

WARMING AND COOLING FOODS FOR HEALTH: A BRIEF OVERVIEW by The Body In Form Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine and other ancient healing practices have always used food as one of the ways to balance the body to help prevent and treat disease.  With the understanding that every type of food contains its own characteristics, these wise healers know that… Read more →

Warming and cooling characteristics of common foods

  Ping Ming Health Each food has its own characteristics. In very ancient times Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners used specific foods to balance the body’s yin and yang and to treat disease.The ancient Chinese medicine practitioners discovered that most foods have either cooling or warming characteristics. When you eat cooling foods, they are adding cooling effects to your body and… Read more →

Hernia Food Bible: Healing With Whole Foods by Paul Pitchford

Note form the Coach: Healing With Whole Foods by Paul Pitchford is the food bible for every hernia sufferer. It is the single best food reference for those who experience the typical digestive system imbalances which often set up the hernia site.  This particular diet reference is quite excellent for its explanation of proper food combining.  Improper food combinations and… Read more →

Yang Foods That Assist With Hernia Remediation, Yin Foods To Avoid

Yin-Yang Foods That Make You Feel Better BottomLineInc Did you know that in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), it’s not just the nutrients in a food but also the “hot” and “cold” of certain foods that can make you feel better? And it has nothing to do with the temperature at which they are served! Here’s why: According to TCM, each… Read more →

STRESS & NUTRITION: Crucial Info For Successful Hernia Remediation

Note from the Coach: The following quote says it all: _________________________________________________________________________________          “When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself,     art cannot become manifest,  strength cannot be exerted, wealth is useless,  and reason is powerless.”  ~ Herophilus  _________________________________________________________________________________ Which is why the following article is one of the most important ever posted on this website.… Read more →